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Sit Kitty Sit / Press

“How could I not like a band with a cat + command in the name? It’s fairly automatic that I should as I am @kungfupussy, and they are Sit Kitty Sit. They are however much, much, much cooler than me. I can tweet some pretty cool stuff but the two of them create some freaking awesome sounds.”

““Stripped to it's bare essentials; some classy piano leads render a kooky-ish slice of pop music, complimented by some fantastic vocal melodicism from Bay Area's Sit Kitty Sit” ”

“Review by Gary Hill This EP is fascinating. It’s also quite entertaining. Sit Kitty Sit is a duo, Kat Downs (vocals and piano) and Mike Thompson (drums). That means there are no guitars or other instrumentation. Somehow, it feels like there is bass guitar present, but it could be the bass end of the piano. However you slice it, though, this music rocks and is also very progressive in nature. It’s unique and captivating. You never feel like anything is missing here. This is a great set that will leave listeners anxiously awaiting more from Sit Kitty Sit. There are many references to classic progressive rock artists here, but it’s also quite new.”

“Review by Gary Hill This EP is fascinating. It’s also quite entertaining. Sit Kitty Sit is a duo, Kat Downs (vocals and piano) and Mike Thompson (drums). That means there are no guitars or other instrumentation. Somehow, it feels like there is bass guitar present, but it could be the bass end of the piano. However you slice it, though, this music rocks and is also very progressive in nature. It’s unique and captivating. You never feel like anything is missing here. This is a great set that will leave listeners anxiously awaiting more from Sit Kitty Sit. There are many references to classic progressive rock artists here, but it’s also quite new.”